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Backup system: Storing important digital documents

What is a good backup system and where to start?   I’d like to continue on from a recent post about identifying and storing of important paper documents and cover this time digital documents and how to keep them safe.   Again, this is a big and important part of Taming your File monster is […]

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What happens if you die without a will?

Not having a will puts a lot of unnecessary strain on your family in a time of grief. Why? Well let’s explore     In my last post, I talked about identifying, protecting and storing important paper documents and one of these documents was a last will and testament. (Download your checklist of important documents […]

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4 tips to avoid Cash flow problems

Many entrepreneurs and small business owners face cash flow problems. And all too often, they fail to notice these cash issues in time. According to Dun and Bradstreet, cash flow problems cause 90 percent of small business to fail.   Did you know you can have a profitable business and still run out of cash? […]

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How I will get you to do stuff

For many years already I’m subscribed to a service that sends me abstracts of book that might interest me. This service is called www.getabstract.com and they claim they have the largest library of business book summaries. Often I don’t take the time to even read the abstract, either because the title doesn’t intrigue me, or because I […]

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Make friends with your numbers

  I am in Switzerland right now, my home country, and it’s 4.41am…. yes hello jetlag ! It’s always like this for me, the first night I sleep very well because I am exhausted from the trip and the time change. From the second night on jetlag starts to kick in, which means in my case, I […]

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We give away control too easy !

A lot of bad news is thrown at us every day when we open up a newspaper, turn on our TV or check out online news sites. To the extent that we all are (have to be) desensitized and immune to the tragedies of other people. We usually can only keep this up as long […]

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